Victory Day: Why do we celebrate May 9 rather than mourn on the 8th?

Victory Day: Why do we celebrate May 9 rather than mourn on the 8th?

May 9 and Victory Day. This refrain is repeated year after year. Let’s carefully examine what is what.

Rewriting!

Germans do not want to surrender to the Russians. And they had grounds for that: “If you’ve been in Russia, there’s even no dogs left.” Another thing is the Americans! You can always agree with them. Ideally, of course, to end the war. Well, they didn’t happen to anyone!

But Eisenhower.

It shouldn’t be drape into the Western.

But it turned out that it was difficult to knock down an American.

On the night of May 6-7, it was a cease-fire at 11:01 p.m. on May 8, European Central Time. From the USSR to the Allied Command. It was ordered that he could not be rescued, and if possible, he would be allowed to go to the west.

Major General I.A. Sign up for D.Sisloparov shakes

Victory Day: Why do we celebrate May 9 rather than mourn on the 8th?

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